Jeremy Brockie says that the way his teammates talk about the FIFA Club World Cup, makes him want to have a taste of it.
Mamelodi Sundowns are getting their CAF Champions League campaign underway today against Rayon Sports in the first leg of the first round of the competition.
Speaking to the media before today’s game, Brockie revealed that he would like to go on and win an Absa Premiership league title, which is something he has never accomplished yet in his career, while also revealing that he has hopes of returning to the FIFA Club World Cup with Sundowns.
“I would like to achieve a league title, it is something that I have never been able to do in my career. Obviously at a club now that is currently sitting at the top of the table, so it is a goal of mine, not only to win it this year but in years to come, throughout my contract,” Brockie said.
“I want to go back to the Club World Cup, I’ve spoken to some of the boys and the way that the competition is run and how much they enjoyed that competition is something that I want to have a taste of. So, hopefully, I achieve that sooner rather than later,” he added.